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Jim Beam Indie Award Winners Announced

On June 11, as part of CMW, the El Mocambo in Toronto hosted the 21st Anniversary of this event that celebrates the artists who inspire the independent spirit, both nationally and internationally.

 Jim Beam Indie Award Winners  Announced

By FYI Staff

The 21st Anniversary of the Jim Beam INDIE Awards was held as part of Canadian Music Week on June 11 at the El Mocambo in Toronto. Hosted by Josie Dye from Indie88, and part concert, part award show, the event was a celebration of new music and the artists who inspire the independent spirit, both nationally and internationally. Performing were Bran Van 3000, Coeur de Pirate, Dear Rouge, Grae, Haviah Mighty, SATE, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, and 2021 Jim Beam National Talent Search winner Richard Tichelman.

The Winners of the 21st Annual Jim Beam INDIE Awards Are:

ALBUM OF THE YEAR presented by SiriusXM
Snotty Nose Rez Kids – Life After

ARTIST OF THE YEAR presented by SiriusXM
Felix Cartal

COUNTRY ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR   
Karen Lee Batten

ELECTRONIC/DANCE ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR 
The Halluci Nation

FRANCOPHONE ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR
Cœur de pirate

GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR
Dear Rouge

HIP HOP/RAP/R&B ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR
Haviah Mighty

INDIGENOUS ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR presented by SiriusXM
DJ Shub

POP ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR 
Grae

ROCK/METAL/PUNK/ALTERNATIVE ARTIST/GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR
The Glorious Sons

SONG OF THE YEAR
Charlotte Day Wilson – Keep Moving
Composers – Jack Rochon, Charlotte Wilson

VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Charlotte Cardin – Anyone Who Loves Me

INDIES HALL OF FAME AWARD
Bran Van 3000


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